Show Us Your Pedaltrain Mini Pt.3

Discussion in 'Effects, Pedals, Strings & Things' started by IronChefChris, Dec 18, 2012.

  1. kracdown

    kracdown Custom User Title Gold Supporting Member

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    If only the darn belle epoch didn't have that green writing! However, I may be switching it out soon for something else... Can't tell how much I love it yet.
     
  2. Joab

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    My PT Mini...

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    I just HAD to post it here!!! :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes:

    I've set up a new thread for this board, and I've written out the signal path and everything in there. Please direct any of your questions and comments to the thread I've linked below (as I'm sure they'll get lost in a fast moving thread like this) and I'll try and reply to them all :)

    https://www.thegearpage.net/board/index.php?posts/16942819#post16942819

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    Glutonous freak!
     
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  4. Steve Mavronis

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    Let me add this here too since it's a Pedaltrain Mini specific topic. I added the MXR Custom Comp that I just got for Christmas and temporarily removed the Boss RC-3 Loop Station until I get a PT1 or something later on.

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  6. jbd3

    jbd3 Please Don't Sell Me Any More Gear Silver Supporting Member

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    That's convenient--when the top is closed, it doubles as a pool table, right?
     
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  7. jbd3

    jbd3 Please Don't Sell Me Any More Gear Silver Supporting Member

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    How do you like the trem? Can it do that nice classic Fender throb? I think that might be the only pedal on your board I don't have!
     
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  9. joesnewmatch

    joesnewmatch Music Is My Soul Food Supporting Member

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    Tried downsizing from a PT Jr., and I'm very pleased so far. The mini pedals are just sitting on the gutter. I need to tie them down or put something solid in there, to Velcro.

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  10. Rick Towne

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    They can fit in the gutter with a little help; start it the middle, push down gently but firmly, and then slide towards either edge. If done right, it won't scratch the pedals. I'll post a picture soon; I've got one "in" now, a mini-Klone, and another to come.
     
  11. steelerboy329

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    Decided to go away from my Nano for a little.

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  12. jawajt

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    Just wired this badboy up for a New Years Eve gig coming up.

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  13. Unchained81

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    A couple of mods to my new mini......cut a piece of a hockey stick to fit into the open area at the top then put some velcro over it. Also screwed in some L brackets for legs to tilt it up. Perfect angle now. Also plenty of room now to add a power plus 2 underneath when I decide to do that.
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  14. joesnewmatch

    joesnewmatch Music Is My Soul Food Supporting Member

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    Dude, you're my hero. Love the mods.
     
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    Hey thanks. I'd looked through dozens of pages of pictures and hadn't seen brackets used. Surprised because it works real well. Easily unscrewed if I want to transport the mini.


    Also a hockey stick is a great fit for the empty space. Extremely light.
     
  16. OdysseyMike

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    I love my PT Mini. Best and easiest to use board I've ever had.

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  17. cbpickin

    cbpickin Tweed Supporting Member Silver Supporting Member

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    I like this board a lot! What is the black one-knobber? A Lovepedal Woodrow?
     
  18. dadrock

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    Thank you sir!
     
  19. WorkinSteamin

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    Yea. My wiring. So what. :)

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  20. OdysseyMike

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    Thanks! That pedal is sorta dark greenish, hard to see in the picture. It's an SHO clone I made. I have it almost always on, slightly boosting. That plus the screw driver and my volume knob gives me lots of clean to dirty to filthy grinding pleasure!
     

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